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Is Your Skin Dry or Dehydrated? Here’s How to Tell The Difference

September 22, 2021
One of the most common questions KYPRIS aestheticians receive is how to know if your skin is dry or dehydrated (or both), and how to address it. Let’s break it down! Dry Skin Someone with dry skin is likely to have been experiencing dryness most of their life. Looks Like: Flaky Red Can occasionally mask itself as combination oily/dry skin, as dry skin overproduces oil to compensate for barrier disruption Feels Like: Rough Itchy Thin Uncomfortable redness or flaking under a slick of oil Needs: Moisture (oil!) Do: Use an ultra gentle, non-drying cleanser Moisturize thoroughly day and night with... Continue reading →

Fall Skincare Essentials

September 22, 2021
Whether autumn brings colorful leaves and windy rains to your neck of the woods, or just the smallest of shifts in temperature to your corner of perpetual sunshine, fall is a great time to treat yourself to a little extra kindness and self care. So bring on the early evenings, fuzzy slippers, and these KYPRIS Aesthetician-recommended essentials! Gentle, Non-Foaming, Creme Cleanser Concentrate Using a gentle, non-stripping cleanser is always a good idea, but it’s especially important as the weather cools and seasonal factors - from cold air to hotter showers - tend to further strip skin of the moisture and... Continue reading →

Our Impact: KYPRIS is a B Corp Beauty Brand

August 30, 2021
KYPRIS Beauty is ecstatic to be a Certified B Corporation™ (also known as a B Corp)! B Corporations use business as a force for good, meeting the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability. While over 75,000 companies have applied for B Corp certification, we are among only ~ 3,800 companies who have achieved B Corp. This certification is a mighty development in the manifestation of the dream that is KYPRIS! KYPRIS is a hefty dose of daily enchantment, but the practices of who and what we are are as humble and interpersonal as... Continue reading →

Faces of the Goddess – Elisa Valenti

April 8, 2021
Elisa Valenti is a body-positive and contemporary figurative artist whose work evokes a personal interpretation of beauty, strength and vulnerability. Growing up in a time when eating in public was shameful, stomach rolls made you unworthy and shopping for clothes was traumatic, her work reflects the images she wished she had seen growing up—beautiful, luscious women doing ordinary things. It wasn’t until Valenti starting painting bodies that looked like hers that she began to take control of her confidence and establish a sense of worthiness. Her figures on canvas play with varying flesh tones and signature cubism figures inspired by... Continue reading →

Faces of the Goddess – Chloé Valdary

March 25, 2021
After spending a year as a Bartley fellow at the Wall Street Journal, Chloé Valdary developed The Theory of Enchantment, a compassionate antiracism practice rooted in social emotional learning, character development, and interpersonal growth.   Chloé has trained around the world, including in South Africa, The Netherlands, Germany, and Israel. Her clients have included high school and college students, government agencies, business teams, + more. She has also lectured in universities across America, including Harvard and Georgetown. Her work has been covered in Psychology Today Magazine and her writings have appeared in USA Today, the  New York Times and the... Continue reading →

Faces of the Goddess – Brittany Connolly Hernández

January 12, 2021
Brittany A. Connolly Hernández (she/ella) is an ESTJ on the Meyers-Briggs, a diversity and inclusion consultant, and a higher education administration professional.   Brittany began her pathway toward higher education at a local community college, continuing on to a public state university to earn two Bachelor’s degrees in four years, and culminating in a Master’s degree from Yale. These experiences led her to pursue a career in higher education. She is passionate about developing and implementing strategic goals for universities and related institutions. Brittany also serves as an independent consultant for the private sector, where she helps industry leaders effect positive... Continue reading →
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Chase's Hot Cocoa Recipe

November 9, 2020
With cooler temperatures quickly becoming a reality, my self-care practice sometimes looks a little more like cozy blankets, hot salty baths, great audio-books and podcasts, and one of my favorite cooler weather remedies, hot cocoa made with fair trade, organic dark chocolate. Continue reading →

KYPRIS In The Press: Marie Claire

November 2, 2020
We are beyond honored and excited to share this lovely feature from Ateh Jewel and Marie Claire featuring our beloved Cerulean Soothing Hydration Recovery Mask! Continue reading →

Your Voice is Sacred - Voting Resources

October 26, 2020
Your voice is sacred. And your vote is your voice. Please let it be heard. Voting is the most important non violent way to foment the future we desire to create. Continue reading →

Faces of the Goddess – Diana Stobo

October 19, 2020
Diana Stobo is an innovator and leader in the global wellness industry.  She is an expert and trusted voice on subjects of digestive health, food as a modality for change, hormone balance, sex, aging well, weight management, wellness travel and... Continue reading →

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